Article 63 - Powers of the Regulatory Tribunal on appeal

(1) Before considering an appeal under this Part, the Regulatory Tribunal may:
(A) refer the matter back to the Employment Standards Office for further investigation; or
(B) recommend that an attempt be made to settle the matter.
(2) The Regulatory Tribunal may dismiss an appeal without a hearing of any kind if satisfied that:
(A) the appeal is not within the Regulatory Tribunal's jurisdiction; or
(B) the appeal is frivolous or trivial or is not brought in good faith.
(3) On an appeal under this Part the Regulatory Tribunal, in addition to any powers it has, may:
(A) consider any relevant evidence, in addition to the record;
(B) decide all questions of fact or law arising in the course of an appeal;
(C) refer the matter back to the Employment Standards Office; or
(D) confirm, vary or cancel the determination, decision or fine under appeal, or make another decision it considers proper.
Amended by QFC Reg 2012-1 (as from 11th April 2012)